The Deakin Univerity Summary shows there is only 1 path to medicine at Deakin, which is through any undergraduate degree. 

Deakin are not specific about the type of degree or where it comes from, other than it needing to be from a recognised university.

 

Entry Requirements - The full details regarding the entry requirements for medicine at Deakin University are given in the table below.

This table shows how an undergraduate degree flows into the medical degree, and what you need to keep in mind not only for medicine, but also when applying for your undergraduate degree. 

How Deakin Compares with Other Universities - Scroll further down, below the table and you'll also see the Deakin Comparitor. This tool enables you to compare the path to medicine at Deakin, with other university paths to medicine (offered by 19 Australian universities).  

 
 
 
 

 

deakin university detailed entry Requirements

 

There are a number of notable aspects in how Deakin structures its postgraduate medical degree and how the undergraduate path flows to it. 

 

Deakin requirements regarding previous degrees

Deakin might not be specific about type of degree and which university it comes from, but they are specific about the age of prior degrees and its duration. Your undergraduate degree, must be less than 10 years old and any postgraduate study must be completed within 10 years of commencement of medicine. You can, however, undertake additional study (1 year), being honours, graduate diploma or higher, if your undergraduate degree is more than 10 years old. 

Deakin will not accept undergraduate degrees that are less than 3 years in duration - so this excludes accelerated undergraduate degrees.

 

Higher degrees matter if you're (degree is) old

As indicated above, if your undergraduate degree is older than 10 years you can undertake additional study and still comply with entry requirements. Any postgraduate study also has to be completed within 10 years. Deakin, however, do not give any credit in terms of GPA calculations for any degrees you might have that are higher than honours. 

 

Deakin bonuses 

Deakin provides bonuses that relate to (for domestic applicants) rural/regional residency, prior clinical experience, work experience, financial disadvantage or Deakin study. If you have both prior clinical experience and work experience you can only claim points for one category. Deakin also provides bonus points on top of your ATAR for domestic students who have previously studied their undergraduate degree at Deakin. International applicants may be eligible for a bonus relating to relevant prior clinical experience.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 

Deakin university Comparitor

 

Deakin Comparitor - Click the arrow to scroll through other university paths to medicine to compare Deakin's path (Note: Some universities have numerous paths and these are shown on separate pages).

 

 

 

Deakin's Path to Medicine

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Other University Paths to Medicine

 
 
 

 

An important qualification

 

Study Medicine information has been compiled from Australian university information sources and therefore is a guide. Authoritative information is provided by the university only. Make sure you obtain information directly from the university before making any decisions. 

The above information is intended to help you understand the Deakin University medical degree and the available paths to gain entry. Remember, information can always change, so ensure you keep up to date by regularly checking directly with Deakin University.